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Eis4Xtreme

Eis4Xtreme

Zoology major at Ohio State University. I love marine biology and want to do something with that once I graduate. Fish are my favorite! :)

Grove City, Ohio, United States

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Eis4Xtreme Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Eis4Xtreme Newport Beach, California, USA6 years ago

Sea lions have visible ear flaps.

Eis4Xtreme Common Poorwill
Common Poorwill commented on by Eis4Xtreme Salt Lake City, Utah, USA7 years ago

So cute!!

Eis4Xtreme Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake commented on by Eis4Xtreme Ohio, USA7 years ago

And now that you suggested a Garter snake Ashley, I remember that it was sitting on the same stump as an Eastern Garter.

Eis4Xtreme Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake commented on by Eis4Xtreme Ohio, USA7 years ago

Thanks, now it is getting interesting.

Eis4Xtreme Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake commented on by Eis4Xtreme Ohio, USA7 years ago

My colleagues think that it is a rat snake.

Eis4Xtreme Blue periwinkle
Blue periwinkle commented on by Eis4Xtreme Columbus, Ohio, USA7 years ago

Thanks for the tip!

Eis4Xtreme Isabella Longwing
Isabella Longwing commented on by Eis4Xtreme ES, Brazil7 years ago

Looks like it could be in the genus Heliconius

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heliconius

Eis4Xtreme Beija-flor-de-fronte-violeta
Beija-flor-de-fronte-violeta commented on by Eis4Xtreme SP, Brazil7 years ago

Gorgeous! Great shot.

Eis4Xtreme Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Eis4Xtreme Ohio, USA7 years ago

Oooh, is that the one from the Columbus Zoo? I love him!

Eis4Xtreme Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Eis4Xtreme PR, Brazil7 years ago

Yeah, definitely a velvet ant.

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